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“His energy emanates from his fingers and swirls out of the piano with such perfection that every note grabs the ear with an expressive, singing quality.”
—Washington Post

Famed for his commanding, powerful technique coupled with exceptional lyricism, the great Yefim “Fima” Bronfman makes his second Washington Performing Arts appearance of the season in this solo Terrace Theater recital—a rare opportunity for a D.C. audience to experience his towering presence with such immediacy. As the Philadelphia Inquirer described the all-enveloping sound of this Grammy Award-winner and Avery Fisher Prize honoree: “It’s safe to say there is no pianist around remotely like Yefim Bronfman. Labor doesn’t seem to ever enter the equation; he is simply everywhere, instantly and all the time.”

SCHUBERT - Piano Sonata in A minor, D.784
BARTÓK - Piano Sonata, Sz. 80
CHOPIN - Piano Sonata No. 3 in B minor, Op. 58

Note: Yefim Bronfman also appears with the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal on Monday, March 6.

This performance is an external rental presented in coordination with the Kennedy Center Campus Rentals Office and is not produced by the Kennedy Center.

Washington Performing Arts’s classical music performances this season are made possible in part through the generous support of Betsy and Robert Feinberg.

This is one of twenty 2022/23 season performances included in Washington Performing Arts’s The World in Our City initiative, which promotes cross-cultural understanding and cultural diplomacy via the presentation of international visiting artists, globally inspired local programming, and the award-winning Embassy Adoption Program, a partnership with D.C. Public Schools.

Special thanks to the following lead supporters of Washington Performing Arts’s mission-driven work: Jacqueline Badger Mars and Mars, Incorporated; D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities; the National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs Program and the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts; The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation; and the Dallas Morse Coors Foundation for the Performing Arts.

Mars

DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

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